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Everybody loves going to a video on how to sharpen a
for instance, and waiting for 15 minutes while the guy
introduces himself, thanks the viewer for tuning in and
them to like and subscribe. Typically after 3 or 4 hours of
introductions though these get kind of tedious.
idea is for Youtube to create an algorithm that can
how long the bla bla bla intro is and put a picture of a
"Longest Intro" by the title so people can settle in, get a
bag of popcorn,
make a cocktail and get ready to hear how John from
Brunswick got into sharpening pencils years ago while
as a teachers assistant.
||Lately I have found Youtube to be much more of a learning
experience and hence worth watching, than PBS or any
other TV crap. And yes, I don't even mind skipping the ads
when necessary. But I got to tell you, the intros are
freaking ridiculous. I wanted to learn about side effects
other people had experienced taking a certain Nootropic.
Good heavens and God, by the time one of the creators got
to the good stuff, I had forgotten what I was even looking
for. (Hence the reason for the Nootropic.)
||So yes, I feel your pain. I'd avoid one of those trophies like
||I've got a youtube channel I put up years ago for a
little art piece I put together. Got about 700k
views but never did anything else. Maybe I'll put up
a video on how to get to the point and see how
long I can delay getting to the point.
||"Hi, and thank you for watching my video on how
important it is to get the the point of your video,
I'm doctorremulac3, please like and subscribe
because if I get to 100 million hits I stand to make
three or four bucks. Also be sure to subscribe to
podcast and email monthly letter on getting to the
point. You can also watch some of my other videos
on getting to the point and I'm thinking of setting
up a channel that's dedicated solely to videos
showing how very important it is to get to the
point. Additionally, you can look at some of the
links below to other resources to help you make
videos that get directly to the point and see some
great examples of videos that get right to the
point instead of that maddening meandering on
and on without actually doing what we came to
that video for.
||Okay, that's all the time we have for today, so if
you enjoyed this video be sure to like and
subscribe and tune in next week when I'll look into
some other ways you can get right to the point in
your videos. I'm doctorremulac3, thanks for